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World Premiere of 72 Hour Shootout Films Announced
The Film Lab, in conjunction with Asian CineVision and the Asian American International Film Festival, will be announcing and premiering the top ten 72 Hour Shootout films of 2015 on July 25, 2015, in New York City!
Judges, including Emmy nominated director Rodrigo Garcia, ABC Executive Director of Casting Marci Phillips, playwright David Henry Hwang, agent David Elliott, stuntman Lane Leavitt, film festival programmer Scott Eriksson, and director Bertha Bay-Sa Pan, chose the top ten favorites among all the films submitted. These films will be announced before a live audience at the Asian American International Film Festival on July 25th in New York City at the Village Cinema East.
The screening will be followed by a Wrap Party and Red Carpet Awards Ceremony at a secret location in Manhattan. Tickets available here (https://www.eventbrite.com/
Film Festival 72 Hour Shootout film SCREENNG ticketing: (212) 989-1422
Film Festival Shootout 72 Hour Premiere SCREENING Venue Information and Directions: (212) 529-6998 (tel:%28212%
Film Festival 72 Hour Shootout After Party Venue Information and Directions: Email Youn Jung Kim at shootout@film-
About the Asian American Film Lab
The Film Lab is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that promotes ethnic and gender diversity through outreach, education and production. The Film Lab provides free or low cost programming ranging from screenwriting workshops to panels to seminars to screenings. The Film Lab produces the television series “Film Lab Presents” and a wide variety of online content on AAFL TV. The Film Lab management team consists of Jennifer Betit Yen (President and Board Member, founder of AAFL TV Production Arm), Huseina Sulaimanee (Treasurer and Volunteer), Daryl King (Secretary and Board Member), Cecilia Mejia (Unfinished Works), Youn Jung Kim (2015 72 Hour Shootout Coordinator)
Youn Jung KIm